One of 40 clean-tech startups selected globally, Digital Harvest will present its crop-specific data analytics solutions to potential investors and other clean-tech industry stakeholders.
Digital Harvest is proud to announce it was selected to present its Crop-Specific data analytics solutions to investors and industry representatives at the NREL 2022 Industry Growth Forum (IGF), April 13-14, in Denver, Colorado. The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) hosts the IGF, now in its 27th year. It is one of the nation’s premier events for clean-tech entrepreneurs and other industry experts. Digital Harvest earned the presentation spot from a field of more than 150 entrepreneurs following an extensive selection process.
Young Kim, CEO of Digital Harvest said, ‘One of our Board of Directors, who is well known in the Clean-tech investment community, highly recommended that we apply to the NREL Industry Growth Forum. It is humbling for Digital Harvest to be selected amongst so many high caliber applicants. We look forward to sharing how Digital Harvest is solving the unsolvable problems that stands in the way of improving global production of Food, Fuel and Fiber’
At Digital Harvest we believe agriculture should be as precise and data-driven as the Aerospace industry. As such, our first set of data products help food processors and farmers manage yield risks from climatic uncertainty, reduce CO2 impact on the environment, optimize pre-harvest resources (labor, cost and time) and most importantly to make proactive 10x-20x yield impacting decisions.
The forum is a one-of-a-kind opportunity in the clean-tech space—the premier event for clean-tech entrepreneurs, investors, and experts from industry and the public sector to build relationships, showcase innovative technologies, and identify business solutions. NREL facilitates connections between cutting-edge startups, including Digital Harvest, and motivated investors to drive innovation to market for impact. NREL is the only U.S. federal lab dedicated to renewable energy and energy efficiency research.
“We’re delighted with this year’s slate of presenters,” IGF Program Manager Sheila Ebbitt said. “They represent clean-tech startups with high potential and we can’t wait for them to pitch to the investors and other market experts.”
More than 100 investors could hold up to 1,300 meetings during the two-day event.
For more information and a complete list of IGF presenting companies, please visit https://www.nrelforum.com/.